Samantha is an OII DPhil student interested in computational propaganda, social media and democracy, human rights, and Internet policyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Samantha Bradshaw is a D.Phil. candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute. She is also a Researcher on the Computational Propaganda Project at Oxford University, and a Senior Fellow at the Canadian International Council. Samantha’s work examines government use of social media for coordinated digital disinformation campaigns. Her research has been featured by numerous media outlets, including the Washington Post, Bloomberg, and the Financial Times. She holds an MA in global governance from the Balsillie School of International Affairs, and a joint honors BA in political science and legal studies from the University of Waterloo. Samantha tweets from @sbradshaww.
Social media and democracy, cyber security, computational propaganda, Internet governance, human rights online, government and politics.
Positions held at the OII
- DPhil student, October 2016 –
- Research Assistant, Computational Propaganda Project, October 2016-
Latest blog posts
17 July 2017 The Washington Post
Campaigns to manipulate public opinion through false or misleading social media postings have become standard political practice across much of the world.